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contradiction

noun
 
 
/ˌkɒntrəˈdɪkʃən/
DIFFERENCE [C] a big difference between two things that are said or written about the same subject, or between what someone says and what they do
çelişki, tezat, aykırılık
There is a clear contradiction between what she says and what she does.Denying and contradicting
WRONG [U] when you say that what someone has just said is wrong
itiraz, inkar, karşı çıkma, tezat kabul etme
Denying and contradicting
Translations of “contradiction”
in Korean 모순, 반박…
in Arabic تَناقُض, مُخالَفة…
in Portuguese contradição, desmentida…
in Catalan contradicció…
in Japanese 矛盾, 反論…
in Italian contraddizione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 矛盾…
in Russian противоречие, опровержение, возражение…
in Chinese (Simplified) 矛盾…
in Polish sprzeczność, sprzeciw, zaprzeczenie…
(Definition of contradiction from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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